Solaris

Sudo: Setting Up Intelligent Security Policies Part Two

In Part One we went over the basics of sudo, what it is, why we use it, and how it is used properly.  In this article we are going to take it a step further and look at specific use cases for sudo.  The key thing to remember though, is…

Sudo: Setting Up Intelligent Security Policies Part One

What is Sudo? Prior to sudo whenever you wanted to run a command as a specific user then you would su (switch user) to gain access to a shell for that user.  This of course required that you knew the password for that user, and it would spawn a new…

Solaris 11: Defining A Service Using Svcbundle and the SMF

Lately I have been going through an exercise of migrating all of my current services into Solaris 11 (more specifically a zone).  I have already been using similar technology on the Linux side, I use OpenVZ with a mix of Linux distributions.  However I would like to take advantage of…

Solaris Virtualization: Using Logical Domains on Solaris 11 Part Three

In our previous articles we built the foundation of our Logical Domains environment, which then enabled us to create a Logical Domain in part two.  Now in the final article in this series we will be connecting to and performing the installation of the operating system. Solaris Virtualization: Using Logical…

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